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I received a free copy of this title from the Author in exchange for an honest review. I then purchased a copy to support the author.
A contractor arrives in Eagle cove to fix up the lighthouse keepers cottage into an annex for the B&B. Devin meets Tiffany who talks to him. And she normally does not talk.
History is made during Flameagle days.....
Eagle Cove, a small coastal Oregon town, was founded by a mother and daughter. If you’ve been following the series (which you should), you know the story of the town – mother and daughter had a falling out, so the mother named all of the streets on the ocean side of town after land birds, and the daughter named all of the streets on the land side of town after sea birds. Woe betide unto any business who breaks the tradition! The town story also says that the two women lived side by side in the two huge Victorian homes on the bluff, but didn’t speak to each other. It’s a sad history for the town.
The story of the town’s founding may be sad, but the town itself is joyful! Recent efforts to publicize the town (see Return to Eagle Cove) have succeeded wildly! Tourism is booming, and the little town that was fading away is now doing well. The first three books in the series paired off three of the eligible single young women (and some of the single older women, too!), but throughout the books there has been a quiet stranger.
Tiffany is a relative newcomer who lives alone somewhere in the woods, where she raises vegetables and goats. The rumor is that she moved there with her boyfriend, who then left her and took her truck, the only transportation she had. So, several times a week she walks to town with her produce and cheese. Her only real social interaction is with the knitting ladies who meet twice a week. What’s the deal with Tiffany, anyway? She rarely speaks, and never about herself. She sees herself as a “basket case-recluse-unholy mess.”
Devin is also a mystery. He’s from Chicago, but takes some time from his contracting business and his disastrous engagement to rebuild the lighthouse keeper’s cottage for the B&B. He’s pretty tight lipped about his past, too. He doesn’t want to spoil his present with talk of his family and his former fiancée.
ML Buchman does a beautiful job of showing us how Tiffany has isolated herself to avoid being further hurt. Her “guide to life and love," and most precious possession is the diary of a woman who died more than a century before. But is that any way to live, tied to a long dead past? Just as Tiffany learns to live beyond her own dead past, she learns to live beyond the contents of the diary, to experience what the diarist never learned. Frightening, and freeing.
It’s no surprise that Tiffany and Devin will get together in the book (it’s a romance, after all), but how will the recluse with no past, living in the woods, find a life with a city boy from a wealthy background, who is just here for as long as it takes to refurbish the cottage? That’s where the author’s skill comes in. Find out what, or who, is the “keepsake of Eagle Cove.” But the author also shines his light on Eagle Cove, revealing that not all of what the town believes about itself is true. Could it be that a town forged in conflict could be something else entirely?
Through the series we’ve met four young women (and four young men), and the author has tied up his loose ends for each. I anticipate, therefore, that this will be the last full length book in the Eagle Cove series. But I hope the author will introduce us to some other small town, and allow it to blossom under his pen. The Eagle Cove books are a welcome addition to his (also excellent) Firehawks, Night Stalkers, and Delta Force series, which are much faster paced.
* I received a free copy of this title from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.
Tiffany Mills has been living their for three years deep in
the woods. She has built a well equipped yurt. She has
huge gardens, a flock of goats tended by her dog, chickens,
a rooster and a yurt cat. Tiffany is very quiet and shy
keeping mainly to herself.
Then a carpenter, Devin Robison arrives in Eagle Cove to
renovate the lighthouse keeper cottage to house guests to
Then they meet!!! They are vivid and well developed
characters sharing undeniable chemistry. Both have secrets
that they need to overcome from their pasts in order to
learn to live full lives.
The supporting characters are colorful adding the right
amount of entertainment and drama to the story.
Captivating and extremely well written, the story
blends the right amounts of mystery, adventure, humor
with romance. The imagery is stunning making the reader
feel as if they are right along side the characters.
I highly recommend reading this story.
This book is # 4 in the Eagle Cove series. It can be read
as a stand alone. This is the first book I read by this
author but looking forward to reading more of his works.
Thank you to the author for this eBook. My opinion is my own.
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This was an excellent ending to this series. I just wish M.L. would continue it. I have enjoyed reading it. It kept me interested. It was funny, sad & entertaining.Read more
I very much enjoyed this final book in the Eagle Cove series.Read more